Agricultural Futures

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Agricultural Futures

Futures contracts in which the underlying assets come from the raising of crops and/or animals. That is, the underlying asset of an agricultural futures contract may be a direct product of the earth, such as corn or beef, or a derivative, such as high fructose corn syrup. Agricultural futures are among the most important futures contracts that are traded.
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UNCTAD eyes an agricultural future for successful customs automation
From this, and on a short-term condition, the objective of this research is to perform price forecasts of agricultural future contracts traded on the Stock, Commodities and Future Exchange of Sao Paulo (BM&FBOVESPA) by combining the two models, MSSA and ANN, defined from now on as MSSA-ANN.
Our members' voices must be heard, so we will consult with them as widely as we can to ensure that Wales gets what it needs to ensure a sustainable agricultural future and stronger rural economies.
Agricultural minister Essam Fayed on April 23 2016 pledged to swiftly undertake efforts to develop South Sinai's farming capabilities as the country grapples with an uncertain long-term agricultural future.
Summary: Lebanon's agricultural future is under imminent danger due to the shortage of Syrian laborers who cultivate and harvest the crops, farmers warned Monday.
As an agency under Chief of Mission authority, MCC directly contributes to the key embassy goal of bolstering Moldova's modern agricultural future.
Small and mid-sized producers are a vital part of America's agricultural future, and we are dedicated to ensuring their success," Vilsack said.
To highlight DuPont Pioneer's role in the agricultural education of rural America and demonstrate its commitment to building a sustainable agricultural future around the world as we struggle to feed a rapidly growing population.
As the nation faces a potential crisis inherent in the aging of the American farmer, UC farm advisors train beginning and new farmers, many of them veterans, women and immigrants, to become producers, assuring California's agricultural future and enhancing the security of the world's food supply.
The book ends with an overview of the state's present wineries, postulating that this industry will be as much a part of Michigan's agricultural future as it was its past.
During the same period it is estimated that between 10 and 20 million trees have been cut down each year in Haiti, simultaneously robbing the island of its agricultural future, protection from mudslide and flood and destroying the natural habitat required by wildlife.

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